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's not ignore it. the allies did not even come close to this, the launch of the iphone four in the u.s. when people waited all night long, lines wrapped around entire city blocks. apple, of course, fourth of $700 per share. the stock is down 28%. certainly bear market territory after the stunning job. what does this matter? well, there is a trickle-down effect suppliers, look at all these guys. all taking a hit. the concern is that weak demand for the iphone or at least the perception of it. the perception of it. and the new ipad many cannibalizing sales of the regular size type at. a lot of you either on apple or the funds or indices that have that as part of it. so is apple writing? we decided to bring into top experts. senior technology analyst. and managing director and head of equity director. i can't believe value of the trading for. >> only for you. liz: thank you so much. all right. people not exactly tripping over themselves in china. you know they have been kugel the night for all apple products. what is going on? a massive meaningful shift? >> competition has arrived. you are seei
, and the aerospace industry in the u.s.? at t. rowe price, we understand the connections of a complex, global economy. it's just one reason over % of our mutual funds beat their 10-year lipper average. t. rowe price. invest with confidence. request a prospectus or summary prospectus with investment information, risks, fees and expenses to read and consider carefully before investing. progresso. in what world do potatoes, bacon and cheese add up to 100 calories? your wor. ♪ [ whispers ] real bacon... creamy cheese... 100 calories... [ chef ] ma'am [ male announcer ] progresso. you gotta taste this so. >> it is 22 minutes past the hour. i have your fox news minute. school is back in session and newtown, connecticut, with the exception of sandy hook elementary. meanwhile, mourners paying final respects to two more students killed in that tragic shooting. government officials say that the -- is working to stabilize the condition. they have not decided if he will be treated in baghdad or another country. a harvard university astronomer is think the device is stumbling in space and officials have not pic
in the conversation to the detriment of us in the u.s. >> you have seen some of that already because of our crazy taxes and corporate profits. unfortunately other countries are committing the same sense. a handful of countries get it right. singapore, they will get that investment. in europe there are some countries getting it right like sweden, poland, bulgaria, the baltic states, but the major players are doing the same poison as things that we're trying to do here. lori: thanks you so much for coming in. in joined the conversation. adam: thank you. we are going to talk about something investors to follow financial stocks. then sweepstakes. coming to an end, details that people might have skin in this camera going to want to pay attention to. >> sources are telling the fox business network that they are finalizing the agreement. he's working in now with cantor fitzgerald. we should point out, this deal is not finalized. they have not signed the paper, but from what we understand they are in advanced talks to do a final deal. pretty interesting. in -- someone who cover the financial crisis. this
the program. i would like to introduce the head of the effort. former u.s. congressman, former u.s. attorney for arkansas, and former minister of the u.s. drug enforcement agency -- connell: an extraordinary set of statements just made from washington. among other things, the nra would like to arm every school in the nation. that is what he just said. armed guards, armed police officers, as he put it, every single school in the united states following the shootings and newtown, connecticut. he said the only thing that will stop a bad guy with a gun, is a good guy with a gun. the message that it sends, as he put it, schools are now the safest place to inflict the maximum amount of mayhem. we have seen statements to match it coming out of washington. that may have been the most dramatic political statement that you will see, or have seen this week. we saw a couple other things during that statement. while we were watching, we saw one protester come in and hold up a sign. while peer had to stop and then he eventually continued. >> the predators of the world know it and exploited. that must chan
at the consulate consulate and the murder of four americans, including u.s. ambassador christopher stevens. chief intelligence correspondent catherine herridge is in washington, and she has a closer look at the findings. >> at 39 page unclassified report into the benghazi terrorist attack is dating. within hours of its release, three state department officials, including this woman and her boss resigned under pressure as investigators laid the blame upon secretary holick hillary clinton. >> the decision-making takes place. reporter: the report offers conclusions and undeniable facts. among them that there was no demonstration prior to the assault. al qaeda and its franchises are not dead and they found a new safe haven in eastern libya. that led to the deaths of four americans, including ambassador chris stevens. >> i think the conclusion is not intended on it. mistakes were made, lives were lost. lessons need to be learned. reporter: in the summer of 2012, the report documents at least 20 security related security-related incidents in gaza, including the assassination attempt on thh matter. the
for sprint which is the number three u.s. wireless carrier. now, they will have full ownership of the spectrum. that is some good news for sprint. you are seeing that clear wire is selling off the news. lori: president obama and house speaker john boehner meeting just hours ago. our rich and thin was first to report this news of the meeting. rich, the house speaker seems to be caving on tax hikes, at least a little bit. rich: they have been discussing the ratio with a 121 ratio. they are talking a trillion dollar spending cuts. higher rates on amount of more than $1 million curbs on deductions congress would work out next year. democrats and republicans are also talking about continuing the tax cuts. increasing the debt ceiling is a major sticking point for republicans. they will want more spending cuts to raise the debt ceiling again. republicans say changes to entitlements must be included to get any deal through congress. there is progress, though there are significant obstacles remaining. the president will need at least half of them on the board to get something to congres
to $1.31 is pretty significant, language for the dollar 30, see you hitting the intraday high, u.s. consumer prices dropping for the first time in six months in november following 0.3%. the decline was driven by 7% plunge in the government's gasoline price. dave: a lot to talk about and we will get those details. dan is in the pits of the cme. jason fried telling us why european equities might be the best place to be. and brian is going to tell you how to play these markets if we go over the fiscal cliff. let's start with dan. i want to start with apple. what to you hear from folks in chicago? where is the floor? >> you are close to the floor right now. everyone panicked when apple doesn't meet some guidelines or whatever and i heard about the sock chinese opening but in fact when they come out with their figures every time they beat them, apple probably a cautious by right now, it is getting hammered and if you look at the fundamentals of that stock is relatively cheap value. liz: especially considering the pe ratio under 9, 8.8 as i last saw it but apple represents 4% of espn is
will definitely check back in with you. melissa: about to invade u.s. banks and steal money? a plot straight out of the movies but we will bring you the real-life details straight ahead. lori: heading to break with a big rally on the s&p market today. no need for a safe haven, $22.50 down on that. back with more after this. melissa: welcome back. let's check the market, nicole petallides on the floor of the new york stock exchange watching toyota for us. nicole: watching toyota because sometimes when the news comes through, you can get some clarity on a stock. up about 3% on the moves we are seeing today moving back to neww highs, 52-week highs, highs we have not seen in years. they were ordered to pay record fines over $17 million for failing to report a defect to the u.s. government in a timely matter. toyota has been over the years with all kinds of things including acceleration on the floor mat, etc. back to you. melissa: nicole, thank you so much. lori: time to make money with charles payne. this hour he is helping us make cash in the tech sector with the global leader of cloud infrastructu
are doing this. dagen: according to the international age, we, the u.s., will be the world's biggest oil producer and we should be, virtually, self sufficient when it comes to energy independence. why not just stick with good old gasoline. you can do that but there is demand for oil. there will still be a lot of money heading towards those countries that would do us harm. a lot of those countries want to do us harm. when you look at the world wide oil demand, that is really something we have to look at. lots of money would go overseas to people that would do us harm. dagen: what is the break even. >> we will replace them as needed. we will certainly work with auto companies to try to get the best deal possible. we expect to save money along the way. we will replace them as necessary. certainly the sedans and light trucks, we will do that as quickly as possible. dagen: is the technology there? will you do all electric on, say your cars, or are you going to do hybrid? >> actually, i am a very pragmatic guy. i would not have done this if i thought we were not there technology wise. we expec
god bless the memory of the victims and heal the brokenhearted and bind up their wounds. >> the u.s. flag flying at half staff across the country. the president has ordered the flags to be lowered through tuesday. it's one way that so many of us are honoring those who are murdered yesterday. we're going to be back in just a moment with some new information from the scene in newtown, contributing. the answers of why this happened, we can't answer today but we'll be right back with more news here on fox news. the latest from newtown, connecticut, ahead. hey, travis... get some friends, loser! so, are you all right, man? ♪ lean on me, thanks. ♪ when you're not strong, and i'll be your friend. ♪ ♪ i'll help you carry on... ♪ >>> the school tragedy has reverberated throughout the nation, including the nation's capitol where there's outpouring of grief. james rosen is live in d.c. for us. >> good day to you. we all remember president obama's poised and poignant performance as the consoler in chief during the memorial after the tucson, arizona, massacre. mr. obama found it diffic
created by the federal reserve system and foreign central banks to finance the u.s. trash -- treasury makes it a situation where americans cannot appreciate the fiscal cliff sit. the deficit goes on as if there were no deficits because the banks are printing money to finance it. lou: with the projection that we're looking at a federal reserve balance sheet that will expand by a trail dollars over the course of the -- trillion dollars over the course of the next 12 months. that's significant funding into the monetary system. what do you think? is it a fore gone conclusion we'll see finally, and i'm not encouraging, but saying, finally, the true inflation? >> my own forecast for what it's worth is that the inflation will not really pick up until the unemployment rate falls much closer to 6%. the wages are so much under control that it's made, actually, the working people of america much more competitive with their competitive nations abroad which, i think, will be one of the surprises next year that we may do better next year, even under fiscal cliff arrangements. lou: can we do better
-- before that. >> and he went back after years and moved his-- he came back to the u.s. with his family and he's he not the only one, and the three wealthiest men in f out and these guys, now, they have he' left and they are their moving out wasn't seen as such heroic move. i think it was a lot of, kind, teeth grinding. so i think that depardieu, who whom this revolt is going to happen. i hope so so for france's sake. stuart: there's an argument in america at the moment raising the tax rate on upper income people and the argument, does it actually bringgin more money. what about france? they've got a much higher tax rate. 75%, is it going to bring in all of the money they thought it would go going to bring in? >> no, it's never going to. in fact, because people like gerard depardieu are productive and make the most money are going to, the idea that you start taxing like crazy people they're going to actually just give you their money, not budge, not change anything, is actually-- >> do you think that france will ever accept much less of a welfare state, real serious cuts in their entitl
all the employees, whether or not they are members of the union. neil: i mean, not the u.s. are -- i talked to lawyers all the time. i never understand you guys. you are so brilliant. there is an argument to be made that they're not part of the union or could benefit from a government they make, so there might be a stipulation for nonunion union members, do you know what i mean? >> plus break this down and make it simple. neil: i like that. it's very effective. go on. neil: employees had to pay a very small percentage of their income to the unions for representation. as a result of this law, it will no longer be mandatory for employees to make those payments. as a result, the unions will be representing all of the employees, but without necessarily being paid. it will become a voluntary basis, whether or not these employees want to pay a couple of hundred dollars per year. neil: that is exactly right. do you agree? >> i believe -- is all about choice, giving employees and workers a choice. if the unions decide that they want to change the way they handle things, then that is on them.
production in spain, and the use of medical technology in the u.s.? at t. rowe price, we understand the connections of a complex, gbal economy. it's just one reason over 75% of our mutuafunds beat their 10-year lipper average. t. ro price. invest wi confidence. request a prospectus or summary prospectus with investment information, risks, fees and expenses to read and consider carefully before investing. lou: back with the a-team, gun control, mental illness, what we can do about it. >> you were just talking about how the mother was trying to get him committed, and then courts get involved because to try -- lou: waiting for a hearing. >> waiting for a hearing. to get an involuntary commitment on a 20-year-old man is difficult. it's taking a lot of time. it should not be that way. when the signs are so clear as they were in this case, then action needs to be taken right away, and i don't understand why that doesn't -- didn't happen, but i tell you the lawyers in the courts accept that. >> it didn't happen in this case with respect to medications and things of that sort, but i think w
production in south africa, and the aerospace instry in the u.s.? at t. rowe price, we understand the connections of a complex, global economy. it's just one reason over 75% of our mutual funds beat their 10-year lipper average. t. rowe price. invest with confidence. request a prospectus or summaryrospectus with investment information, risks, fees and expenses to read and consider carefully before investing. ♪ lou: joining us now, the "a-team," author, columnist, former prosecutor, fox news legal analyst, veteran democratic strategist and pollster. let's start with, first, gun control. the president is making it clear, he is going to advance it, as is senator feinstein and others. your reaction? >> i am not a supporter of gun control because i don't want to disarm people who are law-abiding citizens exercisin their second andment rights. that think that having people who are law-abiding citizens have weapons makes criminals scared. that is why criminals go to these gun-free zones like schools and malls because they know that there won't face real resistance. lou: governor perry
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